Quality Inn Bastrop
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After New Orleans we stopped for one night in Beaumont,Texas but didn't get to see anything other than the motel room and Grill Restaurant accross the street. Then it was straight onto Bastrop to visit Dylan's friend Darren and his girlfriend Jess. We stopped on the way at an old car yard selling restored classics, they were very cool but pretty pricey.
Bastrop, Tx is such a cute little town complete with old ...
... cloudy but luckily today it heated up enough for a swim in Barton Springs. One of the go to places for Craig and Rae on a hot day. The water was refreshingly cool and this time I did go for a swim and really enjoyed the coolness and lapped up the atmosphere of an area seemingly near the outskirts of town but close enough to have the high rises in the background. A night in tonight has given me the chance to write my blog and crossing my fingers an early ...
We are half way across America and except for State Parks, gas stations, grocery stores a couple of restaurants and a thousand interesting things whizzing past my window at 65 mph, we've seen nothing.
There was rain, and there was the upcoming Buda appointment and there is just not wanting to go anywhere once we get somewhere.
... this game, so the best player award belongs to one of the many Longhorns that delivered standout performances. Two receivers racked up over 100 yards, including a 7 catch, 113 yard, 1 touchdown effort from junior Mike Davis and an 8 catch, 137 yard day put together by sophomore Jaxon Shipley (or as Jim called him, F'ing Shipley). The running backs were equally solid with sophomore Joe Bergeron gaining 86 yards on 12 carries and freshman ...
They said it would never happen to me. Here i was walking down an aisle with a girl next to me. We were walking in time to the music, heading toward the man standing at the end of the aisle. Then, he spoke my name and it was done. He handed me my diploma and High School was over. As I look back on those years now, I call that time from birth to HS graduation, "Act One". It was quiet an experience.
They were both ...